Monrovia High School - Bulldog Yearbook (Monrovia, IN)
- Class of 1954
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We, the Seniors of 'Sh, wish to
dedicate this issue of the 'Bulldog t
our parents, whose thoughtful guidance,
loyalty, and patience through the years
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and failure in our lives
Jay Wg Allen
Paul W Scott
Charles R Phillips
William Clyde Cordell
Virgil A Hunt
Earl C Simpson
James E Allman
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In the fall of 19hl, a group of very timid, bashful, and questioning young-
sters arrived at that big brick building known as the Monrovia School. Miss
Stegemoller soon had each of us in place and we enjoyed her hearty laugh for we
soon learned to laugh with her at our mistakes.
The second year seemed very similiar to the first, except that we did enjoy
the rhythl band.
In the third and fourth grades our teacher, Hrs. Meeks , believed that we
should learn the three R's very thoroughly. We built a big Indian wigwam and
put it in the back of the room. The girls made necklaces and The boys, head dress
es. This interesting project was photographed and later published in the Indiana
Teacher. Of course, we were very proud.
Mrs. Meeks drew a brick wall on the board. Each pupil had a brick and if
you got three cracks in it you were punished, Oh, that brick wall!
We remember that during the fifth and sixth grades we gave several plays and
operettas. Mrs. Jett helped us build a beautiful castle at Christmas time.
In the seventh grade we organized with a president and secretary-treasure.
We also chose Mr. Grmandy as our class sponsor. We had a basketball team and
cheer-leaders. We also had two parties.
Then, came our freshman year and we elected Hr. Wagner as our sponsor. The
initiation was most exciting. Oh, those clothes we girls had to wear - hip boots,
pajamas , shorts, and on top of all a gunny sack. We even had to bring our lunch
in a coal bucket, carry a toy, wear an onion, and bring an apple and chewing gum
for those kindhearted seniors. 'Ihe boys had to wear dresses and high-healed shoes
'I'he sophomore year wasnlt exceptionally exciting. We elected Mr. Wagner as
sponsor. We ordered our class rings as is customary. As we were growing older,
our thoughts turned to the expectations of the junior year, We lost four of our
number that year, too.
Next but not least' is our junior year. We elected Miss Cook as our class
eponsorahd really got off to a good start with our magazine sales ,' by breaking
all previous records with a grand total of 8l,036.00. At basketball games we
sold candy, ice cream, and cokes which made us quite a bit of profit. We, aJ.so,
sold Christmas cards, stationary, and all-occasion cards. We had a wonderful
reception at the Rivera Club in Indianapolis.
Finally, after a long fight we are now SENIOR5 and elected Mies Cook and
Hr. Brolm as our sponsors. We gained one new member to the classy Wayne Poynter,
from Amo, Indiana. But, during the year we lost two students Lois Zellalv and
Janice Ward. We new have twenty two :Ln our class. Nov, the thoughts of gradu-
ation are in the air. What will we do afterward? For some, college, others,
positions in Indianapolisg and a few have decided to become farmers. However,
we are feeling a little sad to leave M. H. S. but that trip to Washington D. C.
and New York as well as Niagara Falls gives us e. glorious feeling of anticipation.
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In the early spring of 1961, as I was driving cross country on my world famous evang-
elistic tour in the latest of q Cadillac convertibles, I came to a very large town where
traffic was so heavy that I stopped awhile and united till the traffic had cleared so that
I would not get my new car banged up. I was also interested in a very large church that I
had just passed. It had marble steps, gold plated doors, and jewel studded windows. As I
climbed the steps, the door swung open autmatically and standing behind the diamond stud-
ded pulpit was Jim Allen leading his congregation in worship. He became s preacher after
his successful experience in the class play.
Leaving the church, I passed a barber shop and by chance I happened to see Kenny Archer
doing the barbering. He seemed to fit in perfectly with his curly hair and long mustache.
Sitting in the chair was a little man with a bald head, whom I recognized as Merlin Kirk.
lalking up the street I passed a bright Lighted movie theater, featuring the latest and most
astounding movie, 'Gone with the Hail", starring Bob Miller with Phyllis Jaggers as his co-
llext I saw a large cafeteria, and as it was past dinner time and there were such de-
licious aromas coming from inside, I went in. As I glanced over the menu, I found to my as-
tonishment that frgg lggs were not listed although this vas one of a very famous chain of
cafetsrias belonging to Callie Simpson. The cafeteria, however, was not doing well as Cal-
1:l.e's clasaate, Patty I-lnnt, had opened a dietary kitchen across the street. She promised
plenty of good food with no gain in weight.
Further on down the street, I happened to see a lovely evening dress in the window of
a very large dress shop. Going in, I saw Nancy Phillips giving her assistant, Colleen Day
Bakerfvho in her leisure time creates interesting hair styles for characters in hit plays
on Broadwayj instructions an how to wait on a customer. It seaaed that Nancy had started
her own dress shop and was one of the top dress designers of New York. I asked what had
happened to Virginia Allma.n. They replied that she had become the conductor of the New fork
As we were talking, a suddm blast of noise sounded across the street. Looking out we
saw Barbara Scott cling out of the opposite doorway talking a mile a minute. It seems that
she and her advertising manager, Wayne Poynter, had gotten into an argument about their slo-
gan for the Anti-Smokers Union.
Looking at my watch, I bid my friends good-by and started back toward my car. As I
crossed the street, I was blocked by a very impressive policemn, none other than W former
clasuate, Bagene Scott. I asked him dust had happened to Bob Cordell. He said that Bob
was now coaching basketball at Harvard. As we were talking, we heard the shrill music of a
band. We turned around and to our amaaemsnt we could see a giant band approaching in all
its splmdor. As the parade proceeded a large crowd gathered and there, waving and shouting
ns the Sresident of the United States, Don Hazelett, riding in his white presidential
coach. It seemed that the is-esident was being shom around the town by the Governor of New
York, Bill Wiley, who was driving a splendid team of six white horses.
llext in line, came a sight for sore eyes, Marshall Blunk, black coat and top hat,
riding in the latest style sports car escorted by several beautiful girls dressed in bathing
suits. Marshall was the new Secretary of Agriculture elected by a landslide of 931 of the
Returning to q car, I turned on the radio. They were giving the dates that the fam-
ous acrobatic team, Joida Tucker Russell and Sullell Harrison Morrison, were performing.
The newscaster said that they were now performing at Hall and Wilbur, Indiana, night only.
llesding gas, I drove to the nearest filling station. To my surprise I saw that the
name was Gentry's Reliable Service. I asked the filling station attendant if it belonged
to Jessie Gmtry of Mcnrovla, Indiana. He said that it did and that he owned a network of
filling stations around the world. As he was filling my car with gas, we heard the awful
clashing of machinery. 'mrning around I saw Jim Hurt racing across the road toward us. He
had recognized me as he was planting soy beans on his well kept farm. He invited me home
with him for supper and to meet his wife and little Jinmy. Incidentally, he told me that he
hoped to be asked to help with Marshall's plan for tripling crop production with reduced
I regretfully left the Hurt family for my evening evangelistic service :Ln the ad-
joining city. Yet, my thoughts kept returning to my fomer classmates. What a strange
part, fate had played in the lives of those of that class of "5L".
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James Allen, will my ability to have fun at class parties to Jack Cook.
Virginia Allman, will rry typing ability to Noretta Mike.
Bob Miller, will ny seat on the bench to Charles West.
Barbara Scott, will a recording of "I've Forgotten More Than You'11 Ever
Know' to Jean Belcher.
Don Hazelett, would will all ny traffic tickets to Butch Shields, but I
figure in time he will have plenty of his own.
Colleen Day, will rw ability to go square dancing on Saturday nights to
Wayne Poynter, will ny coaching ability to Mr. West.
Phyllis Jaggers, will ny collection of freckles to Carlton Worland to add
to his collection.
Merlin Kirk, will ny effective charm around girls to Don Crews.
Su Nell Harrison, will ny ability to wear an Eminence class ring to
Jesse Gentry, will nv ability tp
Eugene Scott, will ny ability to
Joida Tucker, will ny ability to
play basketball to Herb Schelm.
stay home at nights to Butch Shields.
receive an engagement ring :Ln ny Junior
year to Sandra Marley.
Kenny Archer, will IV curly hair
to Charles West.
I, Nancy Phillips, will myuability to plq the truqaet to Donna Phillips.
I,Shirley Bower, will ny pnrced ears to Rosalie Green. Just takes a
little will Bower kid!
Callie Simpson, will lu quiet ways to Larry Allen.
Marshall Blunk, will ny place on the F.F.A. Basketball team to Larry Wade.
Patty Hunt, will nv ability to receive letters from a soldier to Virginia
Jim Hurt, will ny ability to get along with Mr. West to Dave Hadley.
We, Billy Wiley and Bob Cordell will our ability to skip school to Ray
Houck and Larry Gooch.
To The Classes:
We, the Seniors, will our leadership and salesmanship to the Freshmen.
We the Seniors will our class parties to the Sophomores.
We: the Senior girls, will our driving ability to the Junior boys.
We, the Senior boys, will our ability to get along well with Mr. Shuler to
the Junior girls.
Class Play April 22, 23, 1951.
Mother 8.1 Daughter Banquet April 28
Reception Ap,-11 30
Baccalaureate May 2
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Pa Felsnickle is a man with a problem, rather SIX oroblems in
the form of six unmarried daughters. Ma elects Pa to hunt husbands
for them. Pa takes down his shotgun, decides to Nwlngu them, pick
out the buckshot, and have them married to his daughters before
they know what has happened. Ceelle is far more interested in her
Det rattlesnakes than a husband, but is willing to do anything but
take a bath. Ronald Maxwell, a medical student,and his aunt anlve
at the Belsnlckle cabin. what an opoortunity for Pa and Ceeliel
Just in the nick of time, Bonnie Mae rescues Ronald Maxwell
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WHO'S WHO IN THE SENIGR CLASS
Who's the helpful type Virginia Allman Ginnie
Uho's the skater Jimmy Allen Butter
Who's the rabbit hunters Kennett Archer Kenny
Eugene Scott Scotty
Who's always smiling Shirley Bower Shirley
Who's the fanner Marshall Blunk Fatty
Who's the oldest Bch Cordell Bobbie
Who's the sweetest Colleen Day Cleotus
Who's the pet Jessie Gentry Jess
Who's the friendliest SuNell Harrison Nelly
Who's the tallest Don Hazelett Mike
Who's the youngest Patty Hunt Pat
Hho's the slickest Jim Hurt Red
Who's got the freckles Phyllis Jaggers Phyl
Who's the class crooner Merlin Kirk Butch
Who's the flirt Bob Miller Sophy
Who's the smallest Nancy Phillips Nan
Who's get the way with the women Wayne Poynter Panter
Hho's the quletest Callie Simpson Callie
Who's the shortest Barbara Scott Barb
Who's engaged Joida Tucker Jody
V'ho's the cockiest B111 Wiley Willie
Jimmy Allen ..-
Kenny Archer ..
Shirley Bower .
Bob Cordell ..
Colleen Dey ..
Jessie Gentry .
Don Hazelett ..
Patty Hunt ...
Jimmy Hurt ....
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Merlin Krrk ...
Bob Miller ...
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Joida Tucker .
B111 Wiley ....
Enjoy yourselfglife is short.
His slowness of speech does not indicate slowness of action.
Of curls he has manyg of friends he has more.
......Genera1ly speaking35hirley is generally speaking.
Like a knight in his anmorgin'53 was district star farmer.
He changes hair oil every 20 miles.
I'm not quietgjust ask me.
Hidden in his heart is the treasuse chest of his friendship.
Minds are like horsesgyou must exercise them to keep them
in working order.
I dontt think I am good looking,but what's my ppinion
against the rest of the world.
This little lass is the baby of our class.
Who likes fun and play, but will be glad on graduation day.
An all around glrlga girl all around.
No need for an introductiongeverybody knows me.
Most great men are dead or dying, and I'm not feeling so well
Her eyes speak, when her lips do not.
Busy, but never too busy.
She fills her place in life as no one else can.
They are making a wild man out of me.
I wonder what will happen next.
Why speak of love when there is so much work to be done.
The combined qualities of a man and athlete.
LEFT T0 RIGHT-Bo! l- Sponsor- llrs. Baily, Helen Peck, lloretta llike, Judy Pheifer, Reita
Long, Jean Belcher, Paula Springer, Annice Hobson, Co-Sponsor-Irs. VarGilder, Row 2 -
Ray Houk, lax Green, Jack Cook, Dave Hadley, Dick Allen, Gary Pryor, Larry Gooch, Row
3 - Austin Prather, Fred Graham, Donald Crews, Marvin Scott, George Worland, Kenny Nel-
JUHIOR CLASS HISTORY
It was in the fall of '10,
lhen we walked through the door 5
The number of pupils was 235
le were met by Kiss Stegeloller.
There are only seven of those kids left,
But we've gained that many, and more.
In the first, our schedule was mighty' fully
The second, though, was rather dull.
The third was hep: The fourth was Jive.
The fifth, we really got alive.
They split us up by alphabet,
First half to Crowe, the rest to Jet.
In som girl's seat, Dave placed a tack.
Allene hit Judy with a baseball hat.
The rivalry was high, as we could see
When Crowe's roomton the spelling " .
The sixth was together again.
le recall the tales that Finchum could spin
le got five boys on the Junior High team,
They werent too hot, but were full of steam.
Tlnn we made the jump to Junior Highs
For a sponsor, Shuler was a real swell guy.
Donald Crews got a new pair of glasses,
But it didn't help 'Breezy' get to his
Our class got bigger then, Cthat falll
When all those rouglnecks came from Hall.
We liked Hindmaw, nobody thought he was
And we sun did hate it when Paul moved to
In the eighth, we nde that sig-zag journey
To go to Eminence to play in their tourney
Bell Union fell from our powerful attack.
But confidentially, f.Em:lnence set us backl
As fmslmn, we were as green as a gourd,
And we had to keep watch for the seniors'
We had a new sponsor in '51,
And Hank Tropp was a lot of fun.
Our sloganzlt Was For Jean,
And she got it: A Freshman Halloween
Long bus rides didn't make ua sick,
We had an all day party at llcCormick's
As sophs, we were going up in the world.
Though in Geomtry class, our heads were
in a whirl.
Hank let the hair grow down his neck,
And we got the Indian back from Tech.
In this eleventh year we've worked quite
To make mmey on magazines and Kms cards
And a little more that'l.l come in handy
We made off ice-cream, cokes, and candy.
I'm sure that none were given free
Cause we've 800 bucks in our treasury.
There's Dave, there's Tom, and don't tor-
There's Austin, Jack, and lalt, and Gary,
We don't say they're rich, but anyway
Each one of them drives a Chevrolet.
But there's one car not so neat and trim
Because ol' Ray still drives a Plym.
Now we're Juniors growing tall
Just one more year and that'l.l be all.
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LEFT to RIGHT- nom 1- :toss walker, Darlene Rooze, Sandra Marley, Kay Curtis Jane Moore Silver
White, Patty nushton, Wilma Meyers, :Lama Simpson, Barbara ureen, Junior Jaggers. Hon'2- lhle
Phillips, John Anderson, Larry Hobson, Max Cook, Billy Wooden, Butch Shields Billy Pansler
Max Johnson, Billy Tracy, Joe Lee Hamm, Bob Noel. now 3- Hoger Gates, Herbie,Schelm Shirle,
Green, Virginia Gentry, Betsy Devore, Jane Green, Norma Elkins Mary Ridenour Patsy Molesy
Harold Yeadon, Larry Silcox. Sponsor- Mr. West. , ' ' '
LIFT T0 RIGHTgRow 1: Carl lorland, Sue Brewer, Patty Peck, Judy Martin, Donna Jordon, Sandra
Cox, Sonia Hiller, Jessie Hadley, Edith Barker, Anne Meyers, Beverly Brady, Carolyn Brovmen,
Barbara Clements, Bob Campbell. Row 2: lr. Shuler - Class Sponsor, Clyde Ridenour, David
A11nen,Chax-lee Archer, Ronnie Pryor-,Benny Kindle, Den Steward, Don Stewart, Sidney Sebastian
Billy D. Shields, Jim Sharp, Kenmr Vaughn, Steve Hedley, Robert Tully, Carolyn Broun,
Roberts Ruston, Carolyn Chambers. Ron 3: lhrlene Neal, Karen Phillips, Willene Poynter,
Shirley Lewhorn, Janice Archer, Drusilla Gentry, lelvina Huff, Nina Frost, Roselle Green,
Carrie Cole , Sharon Busbee, Barbara Allen, Diana Schelm, Patsy Moore, Carol Dunn.
LEFT TO RIGHT-Row 1- Dale Pickett, George Hughett, Lloyd Shane, Charles Paul,
Don Greene, Nancy Kivett, Susie Morrow, Rosanell Raikes, Judy Bagnall, Lloyd
Murray, John Martin, Gary Loos, Larry Busbee, Row 2 - June Stewart, Phyllis
Yeadon, Vicky Parks, Connie O'Neal, Madonna Stiles, Zoe Ann Crowe, Katie Blah-
ton, Andrea Moke, Wanda Belcher, Sue walker, Judy Munz, Linda Hurt, Linda
Martin, Wanda Hamm, Wanda Gilman, Rosie Pruitt, Row 3- Bobby Marley, Jimmy
Kenworthy, Richard Prescott, Bob Morttila, Lawrence Edwards, Thomas Nelson,
Cletus Weaver, Ronald Gilman, Larry Wade, Harold Fansler, Jack Dennis, Joe
Parrish, Ralph Atwell, Oscar Haggard.
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LEFT to RIGHT- Row l- Larry Burnett, Robert Burns, George Robert Terrell, Ronald Wade, Eddy
Phillips, Don Haymaker, Ronnie Clark, Eugene Allen, Richard Graham, Larry Shields, John
Clements, Jerry Dalrymple. Row 2- Jerry Martin, Donald Ambrose, John Houk, James Frost, Julius
Tucker, Gary Decker, Eddie Puckett, Anita Decker, Shirley Brownen, Jud Ratts, Kay Ddllion,
Judy Noel, Jeffie Gentry, Sandra Parks, Larry Allen, Wally Moore. Row 3- Jerry Phillips, larry
Joe Shields, Kenneth Johnson, Jackie Dale, Barbara Burnett, Doris Moore, Dewayne Hobson, Homer
Wallins, Donna Stucki, Marilyn Byrum, David Sims, Eugene Meyers, Michael Moore, Phillip-
Dillnnn. How A- Mary Louise Elkins, Burnice Rhodus, Rachel Cook, Mary Ann Page, Linda Warmoth,
Joy watterson, Bonnie Tracy, Carol Gallaway, Nancy McPhail, Mary Clayton, Elizabeth Atuell,
Judy Atwell, Gloria Poynter, Karen Sebastian, Carolyn Campbell, Beverly Phillips, Joyce
McCracken. Absent- Herbie Goad.
Fifth and Sixth Grade
LEFT TO RIGHT - Row 1 - larry Burns, Edward Peck, Kent McPhail, Vernon Elkins, James Harper
Ronald Kenworthy, James Cooney, Dennis Boardman, Row 2 - Tommy Allman, Nancy Jo Finchum, Nancy
Ann Rawlins, Diana Jordan, Margaret Ann Rhodus, Susan Hawkins, Linda Hadley, Mary Margaret
Prescott, Shirley Frost, Donna Lou Phillips, Stephen Hiatt, Row 3 - Gene Greeson, Dean Dillon,
Karen Sue Tiffany, Sandra Holcomb, Lavonnia Stevens, Sharolyn Lewis, Danny Warmoth, Carol Ann
Romine, Juzb' Ihiwards, Patricia Ann Harper, James Tadd Morgan, Donna Jo Hinshaw, Steven Parker
Paul Dean Green, Row L. - Tommy Hilliker, Kenneth Allen, Loretta Fay Moffitt, Barbara Jo Martin,
Sandra Wheeler, Phyllis Busbee, Betty Sue McBride, Nancy Lee Stratton, Sandra Kay Lee, Saundra
Corcoran, Judy Brady, Phyllis Jean Bain, Iadenrel Stevens, Sharon Parks, Sandra Ward, Teacher-
pnu.l-tk and riftl Graf! le
LEFT TO RIGHT - Row 1 - Louis Gentry, Janes Kennedy, Marvin Wallin, Raymond Scott, Donnie
Walker, Ihvid Ridenour, Brent McPhail, Junior Burnett, Kenneth Ward, Row 2 - Betty Frost, Mary
Beth Green, Sue Carolyn Jaggers, Benny Devore, Jerry Shane, Jerry Silcox, Kenneth Morgan,
Ferrell Galloway, Larry Durham, Terry Shields, Rita Jo Busbee, Patty Fansler, Shirley Tracy,
Row 3 - Paul Silcox, Danny Yaryan, Bobby Jackson, Eldon Gillman, Bill Decker, Ronnie Cox,
Charles Johnson, Stephen Hilliker, David Rugenstein, Paul Goskie, Gordan Allen, Stephan
Johnson, Row L - Mary Lou Martin, Lois Gillman, Patty Sue Finchum, Charlott. Yaryan, Mary Ruth
Brewer, Matilda Medsker, Carolyn Brady, Mary Karabon, Judy Sallee, Carolyn Sue Mcffitt,
Shirley Baldwin, Patty Campbell, Teacher - Mr. Finchum, Absent - Larry Terrell, 'Dom Greene,
Donni no 1 Lindawalker David Allen carolyn sue Tully, lhrsarvf
giiirf? Riggs: gg: tzrley, Michael Brady, l chael Patrick, Snean Allman, Shirley Ygitaziig
Jerry Scott. new 2: Bobby ne:-san, virginia Rove Page. Bvbbv Sfluilnv Dim' "8'g' ' 5 r
Hadley Galen Watersen, Dirrell Cummins, Dickie Rawlins, Patricia Gill-Wlyn 'U' 'un' I
g,n,3d'gggg new 3- Keren Sue Parka, clara Norton, Darlene Yaryan, Barbara Horaley, Non!!!
Bain Kim Martin, Margaret Ruth Romine, Linda Kay Brown, like Sullivan, Linda campbell, '33-'U'
Schmzltz, Diane Hillman, Hrs. Tula Belayg Third Grade Teacher.
Secenof G 'ZCYUPCZ
LEFT TO RIGHT - Row 1 - Patty Zelahy, Sharon Bray, Mike Risley, Ronnie Burton,
Lynne Spencer, Jerry Squires, Jaquetta Stevens, Kenny Burnett, Michael Rawlins,
Sharon Bowman, Connie Dale, Row 2 - Robert Tiffany, Sherryl Holtsclaw, Richard
Vollroth, Lynne Vichers, Howard Busbee, Wesley Mundy, Dickie Jackson, Barbara
Hammer, James Ballard, Sally Barker, Florence Karabon, Row 3 - Becky Ormandy,
Linda Jordan, Sharon Hillman, Gregg Terhune, Georgia western, Michael Littell,
Marlynne Aden, Billy Ferguson, Jimmy Elkins, Linda Deem, Jimmy Paul, Sandy Owen,
Teacher - Mrs. Shuler. Absent: Bruce Deck, Gary Judson, Dean Puckett, and Mike
LEFT TO RIGHT - Row l - Gloria Jean Brewer, Junior Paul, Linda Sue Rurton, James
Belcher, Clifford Parks, Donnie Phelps, Sandra Hawkins, Ronnie Bill Jordan, Peggy
Parks, Row 2 - Pongueita Livingston, Sue Cummins, Nancy Hinshaw, Dennis Devore,
Vicki Lou McCracken, Bobby Archer, Millie Jo Jacobs, Bill Cranfill, Mark Hadley,
Row 3 - Sherry Finchum, Nancy Walker, Sarah hiatt, Melvin Ridenour, Martha Moore,
Cynthia Dale, Danny Collins, Geraldine Hillman, Jerry Wallace, Teacher - Ruth
Curtis. Absent: Billy Allman.
Left To Right, How 1 - Sandra Scott, Kay Boardman, Sue Ann Huff, Jerry Wheeler, Cherry Wheeler,
Larry Bruner, Bonnie McB ide, Row 2 - Brenda Lumpkin, Steve Hinson, Willy Johnson, Roger Beck,
Jerry Pheifer, Ben Jenkins, Karen Bowman, Bradley Bradberry, Jackie Johnson. How 3 - Anita Sue-
Rugenstein, Clayton Campbell Jr., Bobby Holcomb, Johney Norton, Louie Stephenson kathy Clemmons
Janice Busbee, Linda Morgan, Phil Loos. Teacher- Mrs. Hiatt. Absent Jolynn Ward and Greeg Vane.
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His feats are astounding,
Outstanding when rebounding,
To hear opponents bail,
shoot the ball
As Wayne anc Bob score,
The crowd cheers for more,
They gladly do it again,
Amo High was a grieving, But. somehow we can't win.
Because wayne was e leaving,
But Monrovia jumped with joy,
vuhen they got that talented boy.
The way he shoots the
Is enough to top them
The best among basket
He should be with the
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A-as caused may 8 char' In Algebra class he's quite a scream.
H, can ,SQL sho, his Stuff, Cn the floor, he is a whiz,
when he'e needed, there he ie.
Although sometimes he's plenty rough.
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HAPPY VALLEY FURNITURE
Where Quality is Higher Than Price
W. E. Potts
2Vz Miles West of Plainfield. Indiana on Road 40
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Wolvenne Work Shoes at Feed - Fence I Coal - Grain
Ball Brand Footwear 3' Phone 11-25
Dry Goods - Notions
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LATTA FARM EQUIPMENT
Your Allis-Chalmers and New Idea Dealer in Mooresville Q
Brownie Lcrtta - Phone 12-34 Monrovia Q
George Price - Phone 231F20 Mooresville
MONROVIA. INDIANA E
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THE INDIANA BANK AND
Congratulations to the Graduating Class
D-x SERVICE STATION of 1954
Earl Knoy at A Good Bankszcz Ggzggd Community
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BLACK LUMBER COMPANY
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Root Beer Friendly One-Stop Service
Road 67 One Mile North of Mooresville Phone 397 2,7 East Main Street
3301 Shelby Street - Indianapolis, Ind. N MOORESVILLE INDIANA
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MOORESVILLE. INDIANA '
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MOORESVILLE PUBLIC SERVICE COMPANY . INC.
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5 E. A. FREEMAN
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Flowers for all Occasions 5
Car Lift - Truck Lift
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'rms INDIANA Their Printing is Always Good
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Phillip C. Iohnson
Howard V. Iohnson
Apple cmd Peach Growers
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THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF MARTINSVILLE
Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
Member of Federal Reserve System
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MONROVIA. INDIANA Q Wyona Blankenship
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GREGG INSURANCE AGENCY A Home Owned Und 0P9fCfed bY1
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MOORESVILLE INDIANA 5 15 East Main St. Phone 32
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KENWORTHY AND SON. INC.
Farm Machinery and Trucks
Speed Queen Washers and Ironers - Philgcts Stoves cmd Appliances
A Complete Stock of Parts - Trained Service Men for Repair Service
MONROVIA. INDIANA PARAGON. INDIANA
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Compliments of 5
THE MANITORIUM CLEANERS
Walter V. Eskew. Prop. Q
Cleaning - Dyeing
Guaranteed Moth Proofing at CURE AND SON
Water Repellent and Storage Service
"Suits Made to Order"
Office and Plant: 50 W. Washington St. W
MARTINSVILLE. INDIANA QE
Furniture - Rugs - Stoves
Compliments of 4
COLEMAN INSURANCE AND
REAL ESTATE 5
25 East Main Street - Mooresville 1
201 First National Bank Bldg. E
HARVEY FUNERAL HOME
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WE WILL BE i
YOUR PHOTOGRAPI-IER POR ALL OCCASIONS 2
312 Illinois Building 1
Established 1909 Pl. 9114 Q
Your Wedding Pictures CAt Home or at Church? I
Mothers' Day i
Furlough Pictures 1
Pleasinqly Posed. Popular Priced Photos, Please Particular People E
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Curing - Cutting - Freezing x Southwest Comer of the Square
MOORESVILLE. INDIANA as "Ah Conditioned"
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The Thrifty Wife's Source of Savings
GRAFTON J. K1vE'r'r 5 10 North Mm St
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Boys and Girls
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West Side of Square Phone 1651
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ALEXANDER'S SHOES Q
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South Side of Square i
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MARTINSVILLE AUTO CO. E
Home of Buick Since 1907
MARTINSVILLE. INDIANA X
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Always Ask For
SCI-ILOSSER'S ICE CREAM
A Real Treat for Your Family
SCHLOSSER BROS.. INC
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General Insurance - Real Estate Sales and Service Q
Farm Loans at 4Vz9?v
23 West Main Street gt' Phone 520 270 W. Morgan St.
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Purina Feed 5
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COLLIER BROTHERS CREAMERY. INC.
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Tile, Linoleum, Venetian Blinds 1' BLANTON MILIS
5 South Side Square Phone 469-W CLAYTQN' INDIANA
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THE FARMERS STATE BANK
Our aim is to give the people of this Community a broad Banking Service
backed by long experience and based on policies that are sound and construc-
Our Dual Posting Statement system eliminates error. If the customer keeps a
correct account. our balances must agree.
Some of Our Services:
Banking by Mail -- Personal Loans - Checking Accounts - Mortgage Loans
Time Certificates - Travelers Checks - U. S. Bonds
American Bankers Association - Indiana Bankers Association
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
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CARL'S SERVICE STATION
Gasoline - Fuel Oil - Lubricating Oils - Grease
143 East Main Street Phone 359
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CHEVROLET SALES AND SERVICE
VESTAL MOTOR COMPANY. INC.
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Hardware and Supplies
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Best Wishes THE EWING STUDIO
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Shop and Save at Sears Portraits - Weddings - Groups
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MOORESVILLE FEDERAL SAVINGS 6 LOAN ASSOCIATION
Savings Insured up to 510,000
Current Rate 3 Percent per Annum
Savings Mortgages and Loans Real Estate
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Potatoes , Onions Phone West Newton 113
Fruits and Vegetables Friendswood iCambyJ Route 1
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INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA We Buy and Sell Grain Anytime
During the Year
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the golden richness . . .
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creamy goodness of
MAPLEHURST GOLDEN VANILLA
with any other ice cream . . .
You'11 agree . . .
It's the best ever!
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LEE SCHOOL SUPPLY CO.
School Supplies and Equipment
TERRE I-IAUTE. INDIANA
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MOORESVILLE General Repdifing
WELDING SHQP Standard Oil Products
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WILBUR COMMUNITY CENTER. INC.
"Oi the Community for the Community"
You are invited to join
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